“Mathematical Optimization in Graphics and Vision” by Carvalho

  • ©Paulo Cezar Pinto Carvalho

Entry Number: 43

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    Mathematical Optimization in Graphics and Vision

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    Prerequisites
    Mathematical background in linear algebra and calculus. Computational background in algorithms and programming. Basic knowledge of geometric modeling, animation, image processing, computer vision, and visualization.

    Topics
    A conceptual analysis of problems in graphics and vision, and mathematical models used to solve them. A review of combinatorial, continuous, variational, and global optimization techniques. Application of optimization methods in the solution of graphics problems.

    Description
    An overview of mathematical optimization methods and their use in graphical applications. Various optimization algorithms are described and illustrated using problems from computer graphics and vision.


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